Ninja’s move from Twitch to Mixer definitely shook up the landscape of Fortnite streaming and Ninja has hit another milestone by reaching 1 million subscribers on Mixer. What does this accolade mean for Ninja, Fortnite and other streamers moving forward?
Ninja has definitely had a very interesting few weeks since Fortnite Season 10 began and after the World Cup concluded as he made a huge move from Twitch to Mixer and has already reached an awesome accolade.
His channel, which primarily features Fortnite gameplay, has already reached 1 million subscribers after a little over a week and he has absolutely taken over the Fortnite platform on Mixer.
Part of this success comes from the fact that Mixer users can subscribe to Ninja for free through September 30 which gives them one month of free access after they subscribe, so expect his numbers to drop after October 30 if some users choose to not renew their sub.
This accolade has also overshadowed some drama Ninja had to deal with regarding Twitch users throwing shade and jabs at Ninja with some calling him a “sellout” among other things. He had this to say regarding the incident before he reached 1 million on Mixer.
This issue definitely led to some controversy and Ninja ended all of it after stating this on Twitter.
His one million subscribers on Mixer is much deserved and should definitely be credited much more than it is. Tfue and Bugha have been the fastest growing channels on Twitch over the course of a few weeks but Ninja surpassed both of them on his platform, albeit under different circumstances, but getting one million people to subscribe to your channel on a brand new platform in just over a week is very impressive and should be applauded.
Whenever you think Ninja has done it all, he surprises everyone and exceeds his expectations. His move to Mixer of course was shocking but against chaos surrounding Twitch drama and the move changing his style of play, he somehow manages to please his audience and continue to make Fortnite the best streaming game across all platforms.